Court of Conscience
The Court of Conscience is UNSW’s premier Social Justice publication and is currently in its sixth year of publication. It has enjoyed an outstanding record of engaging and challenging contributors from the likes of Nicholas Cowdery AM QC to George Williams AO, as well as a wealth of student writers. Topics have covered all manner of interests from discussions of the death penalty to the recruitment of child soldiers.The publication is designed to ignite and fuel its audience in the area of social justice; the subject matter is confronting and thought-provoking. Not only does it reflect current affairs, but is also a display of the issues which, as law students, concern us.
The Court of Conscience invites all UNSW students and staff with stimulating social justice topics to step forward and express their interest.For expressions of interest or more information, please contact the Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You can download editions of Court of Conscience below:
• Download the 2012 Court of Conscience here
• Download the 2011 Court of Conscience here
• Download the 2010 Court of Conscience here
• Download the 2009 Court of Conscience here